Class Year


Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2020

Department 1

Political Science


A literature review investigating the effectiveness of foreign aid in countering terrorism, and donor countries' motivations to allocate foreign aid with the stated goal of combating terrorist insurgencies in recipient nations. In the post-9/11 period, the United States has increasingly invested in counterterrorism efforts, making the assessment and examination of the effectiveness of these efforts all the more important for American policymakers and citizens alike.


Written for PS 103: Introduction to International Relations.

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